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The original Conservation Rooflight remains unsurpassed in high spec design with a traditional look. It combines modern thermal efficiency with all the authentic design features to retain the character and value of any heritage or listed property, meeting all current building regulations. The Conservation Rooflight is frequently featured on award-winning landmark buildings and is used on a number of National Trust & English Heritage properties.
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Designed to faithfully replicate the Victorian cast iron roof window whilst benefiting from the latest technological advances in thermal performance. Its design retains the character and value of any heritage building or Listed property.
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Installation Manual Between the Rafter
Technical Specification Data Sheet
Which installation do I need?
When we refer to rooflight sizes, we use the structural widths and lengths that the rooflight will be fitted in to. The structural dimension is the clear opening that is required within the roof structure in order to install the product directly on to the rafters (main structural members making up the roof). We call this an ‘On The Rafter Installation’ or a ‘Proud Installation’. The rooflight height may be a little greater than the roof build up, so the rooflight may sit slightly proud of the roof level, however this still results in a beautiful external aesthetic for most roof types, especially traditional builds.
on the rafter
Between the rafter